by Mark-Nathaniel Weisman
by Christian Pascale
In his long-awaited debut book of poetry, Christian Pascale highlights both the internal and external intricacies of life, focusing on the macrocosm of our world. From the pull of the Spirit to the complexities of grief, this collection crystallizes daily life into a transcendent experience. Providing both the tangible understanding of place and time coupled with the visceral perception of the divine, we are reminded of possibility and promise.
by Tina Edens
Tina had questions, questions that only her mother could answer.
Why did you leave me?
Will I ever see you again?
What have I done wrong for you not to want me?
Why did you let me get adopted?
Families are complicated, and fragmented families difficult to navigate. As a child, she tried to speak her truth, but the adults wouldn’t listen. As an adolescent, she tried to express her rage, but the adults told her to be quiet. As an adult, she tried to find her way, but years of abuse and trauma made it difficult.
She walked down some very dark paths, until gradually, little by little, she fought her way back to the light.
This gripping memoir details a young girl’s abuse, adoption, and lifelong journey for answers to her questions about God and Spirit.
by Wayne William Snellgrove
In his second collection of daily meditations, author Wayne William Snellgrove takes reader on a different course around the sun... this time, on the Medicine Wheel. The daily wisdom for each season and direction will enhance your understanding of Mother Earth and the Red Road journey.
by Laura Fiorentino
First comes love, then comes marriage…
But what if it isn’t love? What if it’s about control and power for one person? In this compelling narrative, Laura Fiorentino takes the reader on the journey of her lifetime as she discovers what it means to hold on to family and love.
When she was a child and her father died from an illness, young Laura tried to make sense of the world. Why did this happen and where did he go? With a remote mother and the confusions of growing into adulthood, she found her way as best she could. As an adult, she meets and falls in love with a military man, hopeful that this love of her life will be by her side always, in sickness and in health.
But soon a darkness enters their marriage, a darkness played out in her husband’s behavior and lies, a darkness that threatens to crush her soul with its numbing cruelty. She remains in her marriage, certain that love is the answer.
God Does Not Feed the Birds… I Dois one woman’s honest reflections on her life, her love, and her healing journey from a place of utter chaos. Her grief is on full display, as is her healing, step-by-step, until finally, forgiveness begins to imbue her days as she embraces her true self.
by Devlin Murphy
In her debut collection of poems, Devlin Murphy uses simple language to capture the authenticity of her world. With thoughtful introspection and sometimes wry humor, the author brings the reader through a journey of life, showcasing periods that claim each of us and leave an imprint upon our beings.
Read through a unique kaleidoscope of words, readers will discern the whisper in their souls as they encounter this joyful and heartfelt collection of the shared experience of life.
by Devlin Murphy
In her second collection of poetry, Devlin Murphy continues to use her voice to spotlight emotions, truths and humanity. With direct language, she dives into the heart of what it means to be human and takes the reader on a journey that is both familiar and enlightening.
by Karen Cavalli
Quantum physics, black holes, astronomy… we often ponder and deliberate these topics across all social stratums, our workplaces, places of worship, and on social media. We are confident that a discussion of these subjects will not produce a round of derision from our peers. But what if we asked our co-workers about their encounters with otherworldly beings? What if we asked our friends if they have ever had contact with an alien?
In Bad Mind, Karen Cavalli explores the possibility of extraterrestrial beings and what that means for us in this world. As she details examples from her life and others she has encountered, she lays out for the reader what it means to have an encounter with spirit and how it can guide us to a deeper understanding of our reality. Available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Kobo, Google Books or wherever books are sold.
by William Wayne Snellgrove
Those who have mastered
seeing their own
Daily Medicine, a spiritual prayer book, contains 366 meditations focused on Indigenous healing and spirituality. With love and gratitude, Wayne William Snellgrove gives readers the gift of his listening. He communicates directly with Spirit and interprets the messages he receives for all of us to use.
Daily Medicine is meant to show us how to continue walking our path with love, honor and clarity and can help guide anyone looking to grow and heal their spirit. Available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Google Books and wherever books are sold.
by Peter Stipe
What is the truth of a family? This is the unfolding story of Peter Stipe’s great-grandparents, Oscar and Maggie McMurray. When Peter discovers heirlooms and old books that contain clues to the truth about the McMurray’s, his curiosity is piqued. As he researches his family history, the stories his mother told him begin to unravel. Who were Oscar and Maggie? How did their story get lost? Why was it changed? What is the truth about this, or any other family story? Available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Kobo, Google Play and wherever books are sold.
by Alicia Riley
One woman’s powerful journey to becoming an event planner... The Power of Events is the story of how Alicia Riley started her career in event planning, what she has experienced as a result of this and how she manages her business. She also shares her personal self-care program that sustains her and helps keep her focused.
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